We make places.

We make places.

We make places.

We make places.

We make places.

We make places.

Our award-winning approach brings together architecture, urban design, landscape architecture & the environment.

We create value for clients through quality design for development, obtaining Consents and producing places of distinction. Our integrated proposals combine design, environmental consultancy and consultation. At Public Inquiry we successfully demonstrate rigour by careful evidence-based design, carrying this thinking through to development completion.

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Which Way Westerham?

Acting for the Squerryes Estate at Westerham in Kent, Rummey Design is commissioned to undertake masterplanning, technical and consultation processes to consider land for allocation for housing, a by-pass, environmental regeneration, landscape restoration and consultation.  Taking a hundred year view the aim is to produce additional housing in the context of a revitalised town with excellent environmental and social credentials, through positive custodianship.

Norris Castle, Isle of Wight

Rummey Design is appointed masterplanner and lead designer for this 500 acre estate restoration including Grade I listed buildings for use as a high quality hotel and resort.  Our role is as architects for the enabling development, landscape architects for park restoration and overall masterplanners working with other specialist designers and consultants.

Reigate Grammar School

Working with staff and Governors at Reigate Grammar School, Rummey Design has developed a strategy to improve the school's external environment, focussed on a new landscape for the Peter Harrison Foundation Centre, under construction.  The strategy will improve the working environment for staff and students, rationalising vehicular and pedestrian circulation and greatly enhancing the ambience of the School.

Bletchley Park tourism masterplan

With tourism consultants, we produced a new masterplan based on historical research to allow this world famous wartime code-breaking centre to accept more visitors, without damaging its delicate fabric.  This was accompanied by a business plan as the basis for funding bids for Interpretation.  As the birthplace of the digital computer Bletchley Park attracts interest from a wide spectrum of the population, from veterans and their families to children of the digital age.

Sandwich Town Review and Design

Sandwich is a nearly intact 14th Century walled town and contains many Listed buildings. After analysis, consultation and design, working with transport specialists Phil Jones Associates, Rummey Design has completed final reports and presentations for funding bids. This study has balanced pedestrians' and cyclists' convenience with perceptions of safety and car drivers, optimising tourism opportunities and urban enhancement through appreciation of heritage context.